Warren Goulding

Tim Hortons owners donate $100,000 to Cowichan Hospice

There is a long list of charities and organizations in the Cowichan…

Travel industry changing with the times

The times they are indeed a-changin’ and four Cowichan Valley women have…

Time will tell if inquiry a success: Cowichan Tribes chief

Cowichan Tribes Chief William (Chip) Seymour is challenging the federal government to…

Coroner’s report confirms suicide in Kilmer case

2018 disappearance sparked massive search

Tonya Kilmer fighting to block release of coroner’s report

Fears revealing exactly how Ben Kilmer took his life will have traumatic affect on her two children

Business notes: Island Ford helps continue to build The Hub

In May, Island Ford representatives arrived with a cheque for $5,000 donation.

Business notes: Closing of Whittome’s Travel the end of an era

“The family is sad to see the end of this wonderful experience.”

Business notes: Cowichan encouraged to GoByBike next week

A solution to parking problems, not to mention obesity, might be as close as the nearest bicycle.

Huge demand for spot prawns, limited supply for Cowichan

Most of the more than 200 boats harvesting spot prawns freeze their catch and ship it away.

One year after heartbreaking B.C. search, wife reflects on late husband

First anniversary of Ben Kilmer’s disappearance, and a search that galvanized Vancouver Island

One year after tragedy, Tonya Kilmer reflects on her life with Ben

“That was Ben, never one to let anything get in the way of his dreams…”

Pacific Truss celebrates 60 years in Cowichan

Brothers David, Wayne and Grant have all played key roles in the development of the company

Advocate for brain injured people looking for help to keep Let’s Connect alive

Chris Rafuse has a lot on her mind these days and much…

Red Arrow teams up with Victoria HarbourCats

The new beer will be called HarbourCats Ballpark Blonde

Business notes: Painting century old Providence Farm in Cowichan not your typical job

Randy Gauthier has tackled a number of large and challenging projects in his painting career.

Business notes: Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Store celebrates 10 years in Duncan

The 3,000 square foot store on Station Street in downtown Duncan has been a resounding success

Forests Forever officially unveiled at Duncan’s BC Forest Discovery Centre

“We are updating and revitalizing our message and the new exhibit is just fantastic.”

Business notes: Sweet Meadows Market getting ready for May 4 grand opening in Mill Bay

Paul and Corinne Lieffertz have never been busier and they’re loving every…

Cowichan Valley’s Veridis sets up in Whippletree

Corry Belcourt and his crew have left home.